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New Residential Sports Simulator Gets Entire Family Into Multi-Gaming Action!

New Residential Sports Simulator Gets Entire Family Into Multi-Gaming Action!
Simulates Full-Scale Golf, Baseball, Football, Hockey, Soccer, Basketball

Toronto, Ontario (July 27, 2007) –Visual Sports Systems, a leader in interactive, commercial game simulators, breaks into the home entertainment market when it introduces its new V-100 Residential Sports Simulator at CEDIA EXPO 2007 in Denver. The new V-100 comes with a complete array of full-scale sports gaming options.

Homeowners can now enjoy full-screen sports and gaming interactive entertainment in the comfort, privacy and security of their own home. The V-100’s cutting-edge technology lets users participate in real-life sports activities against computer-simulated opponents and environments.

“Once you have experienced full screen real-life sports, you’ll be hooked,” says Peter Muellerchen, Visual Sports Systems president. “Custom installation AV integrators can now add a remarkable family entertainment gaming component to their proposals that will differentiate their capabilities from their competitors.”

The easy-to-install Visual Sports system fits into any home environment with display options from 8′ to 16′ wide. The complete technology package includes the Visual Sports computer (PC) console, software, and Visual Sports proprietary object tracking system: that records speed, distance, launch angle, and exact location of each shot. The dealers can then package the Visual Sports system with any projector and high fidelity surround system for ease of installation and maximum profitability on the project!

Neil Pasteris, V.P. of Sales for Visual Sports Systems, points out, “Accuracy, reliability and the world’s largest library of golf and sports software — these are what set us apart from competitors.

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CustomPlay Golf — The Ultimate in True Simulation
Families can enjoy more than 30 of the best golf courses in the world — including Pebble Beach and British Open Courses — on the new V100 system. Perfect course reproduction comes from cutting-edge gaming software that richly interacts with the player. Software options include Photo-Realistic software that uses actual digital images of the golf course; and Computer-Generated images that look more like a video game. Each game has its own unique set of characteristics and advantages. Visual Sports will give CEDIA EXPO 2007 attendees plenty of opportunities to try out their favorite courses and other full-scale games.

Corporate Information
Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Visual Sports Systems is a worldwide leader in advanced, gaming simulation solutions in professional, commercial, and residential entertainment markets. Its innovative precise interactive technology is distinguished by endorsements from numerous professional sports teams and entertainment businesses such as Dave & Buster’s, NHL Hockey Hall of Fame, Olympic Park in Calgary, Houston Astro’s, Cincinnati Reds and many more.

For additional details, contact Neil Pasteris or Peter Muellerchen at Visual Sports Systems, 329A Millway Avenue, Concord, Ontario, Canada L4K4T3 (Tel: 905-883-4461) or visit www.visualsportssys.com.

Media Contact: Roberta Lewis • Roberta Lewis & Assoc. Public Relations
Tel. 713/665-8758 • Email: rlewis@robertalewis.com

See Visual Sports Systems, Booth #560 CEDIA EXPO 2007

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